Category:Riderless horses (funeral tradition)

English: A riderless horse or caparisoned horse is a single horse, without a rider, and with boots reversed in the stirrups, which sometimes accompanies a funeral procession. A riderless horse can also be featured in military parades to symbolize fallen soldiers.
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US Navy 040609-N-5471P-013 Symbolic of a fallen leader who will never ride again, the Caparisoned horse is led down Constitution Ave., following the Caisson carrying the body of former U.S. President Ronald Reagan.jpg
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Riderless horse (en); 人が乗っていない馬 (ja); cheval sans cavalier (fr); Kuda tanpa penunggang (id) coutume funéraire (fr) 騎手亡き馬 (ja)


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